The Arts

The IN Noosa Guide Special Edition Winter 2020

This season’s issue #24

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The Arts

The latest arts news in Noosa

Whether you’re sitting amongst the tomato vines or in someone’s lounge room, the Anywhere Festival is a chance to embrace a new kind of theatre that has so far delivered more than 2,625 performances to over 492,400 people in the most unusual places from Brisbane

As Tokyo prepares for the 2020 Summer Olympics, Noosa Chorale is preparing for an impressive performance of their own, honouring the spirit of the Olympics in a very unique way. Since he first saw the Olympic Games in Melbourne, Dr Ian Jobling of Sunshine Beach has

Jolene Ogle dives into a world of weird to preview Cirque Du Soleil’s latest offering, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities. Before there were museums, there were cabinets of curiosity. These exquisite cabinets were exotic collections of preserved animals, skeletons, horns and more, and for 19th Century

Not every artisan is lucky enough to have a studio space, so where do messy creatives go when they want to create? We find the best local spaces available to those who want to immerse themselves in their art. When it’s time to throw down some

Since selling her first piece of art through a community show, Butter Factory Arts Centre coordinator Alicia Sharples has been on a mission to help local artists share their works with the community, as Jolene Ogle discovers There is nothing pretentious about the Butter Factory Arts

Noosa is in the midst of a coworking craze with plenty of hot desks ready for entrepreneurs and start-ups. But, where can the creatives go to work on their artistic endeavours? Jolene Ogle visits Lipstick Lane to find out. Nestled amongst industrial units in Noosaville, is

Noosa Regional Gallery Director Michael Brennan explores a recently censored exhibition that is coming to Noosa to consider who is actually the purveyor of provocative content in so-called offensive art. Every so often an artwork or exhibition comes along that brings about a strong reaction from

John Caruso discovers the history behind our summer ’19 cover and the bold, colourful images often displayed as nose-art on many bombers in the second world war. It’s 1943 and the B-25 Mitchell bomber is flying sorties over the South Pacific against the Japanese. Cheekily displayed

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